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The Mursi, like the other tribes in the region, build huts using a range of materials such as thatch, river reed, branches and sticks. During migration, they sometimes leave the huts and sometimes bring them along. It is the women’s job to build and dismantle the huts.

The Mursi, like the other tribes in the region, build huts using a range of materials such as thatch, river reed, branches and sticks. During migration, they sometimes leave the huts and sometimes bring them along. It is the women’s job to build and dismantle the huts.

TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE: BANA (BANNA/BENNA) PEOPLE: INDIGENOUS AND SEMI-NOMADIC ETHIOPIAN PEOPLE OF HARSH LOWER OMO REGION

TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE: BANA (BANNA/BENNA) PEOPLE: INDIGENOUS AND SEMI-NOMADIC ETHIOPIAN PEOPLE OF HARSH LOWER OMO REGION

Woodabe man from southern Chad at Worso celebration dressed in best attire to present himself to women who choose their husbands.

Woodabe man from southern Chad at Worso celebration dressed in best attire to present himself to women who choose their husbands.

Turkana woman with her baby, Kenya - BelAfrique your personal travel planner - www.BelAfrique.com

Turkana woman with her baby, Kenya - BelAfrique your personal travel planner - www.BelAfrique.com

As for most other tribes of the Omo Valley, cattle are central to the lives of the Dassanech. When they lose their cattle to disease, drought or raid by a neighbouring tribe, they turn to the world’s largest desert lake for sustenance, hunting fish, crocodile and the occasional hippo.

As for most other tribes of the Omo Valley, cattle are central to the lives of the Dassanech. When they lose their cattle to disease, drought or raid by a neighbouring tribe, they turn to the world’s largest desert lake for sustenance, hunting fish, crocodile and the occasional hippo.

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